Professional Workshops, Courses, and Training
Many offerings are available for custom or on-site delivery — Please contact ILR Customer Service or call 866-470-1922 for more information.
The latest in-depth information on federal, state and local EEO and AA laws (e.g., Title VII, ADEA, ADA, Executive Order 11246). Topics include discrimination, reasonable accommodations, illegal harassment, retaliation, the relationship between EEO laws, AA and diversity, and the interplay of FMLA and ADA.
Infuse talent management, recruiting, on-boarding and retention with new ways to work, think and communicate. Broaden organizational context by leveraging the impact of applying a strategy for talent management. Recognize the impact of unconscious bias. Align business, talent management and D&I as a systemic process.
Use this workshop’s step-by-step process to launch, enhance or revitalize initiatives with thoughtful planning and sound methodology. Acquire key competencies, developmental models and best practices to assess, optimize and drive effectiveness and sustainability of change initiatives.
Recognize the shifting demographics, technology and globalization that are changing business needs. Identify key trends and understand their implications on the workforce, workplace and marketplace. Broaden and examine the implications for re-energizing, driving and sustaining D&I initiatives in the face of multiple generations at work, new conversations on religion, race and multiple identities, cultural competence and other emerging issues.
ERGs and affinity groups have evolved in the workplace as a standard component of D&I initiatives to impact organizational goals while developing leaders and addressing concerns of constituents with shared interests. Examine characteristics of high-functioning ERGs as well as leading practices in group formation and operation.
Position D&I councils for successful impact in your organization with this workshop’s integrated approach. Apply best practices for the formulation and operation of councils and understand the core competencies needed for positive impact.
Enhance critical skills for designing and implementing D&I training to ensure that management and employees have an experience that raises awareness, changes behaviors and does not reinforce stereotypes or biases. Acquire techniques, models and ideas to drive diversity messages across an organization.
Supplier diversity strategies and programs allow many organizations to gain a competitive advantage. Learn how organizations have approached, designed and implemented supplier diversity in effort to build positive supplier diversity relationships, comply with government regulations, as well as measure and track success to realize business goals.
Design and enact conflict resolution strategies for the workplace with this 2-day training led by Cornell ILR experts in Midtown NYC.
Assess key D&I competencies that drive business imperatives to ensure alignment with the vision and mission. Learn strategies used by successful organizations and practice relevant skills for engaging employees. Leave with a toolkit of competencies that include a focus on influencing styles and techniques to impact individual contributions and determine a follow-up action plan to sustain and evolve D&I initiatives.
This workshop is designed to assist D&I leaders in troubleshooting their existing and planned D&I processes to ensure long-term success and sustainability. It introduces a unique assessment tool, which explores the 10 most frequent determinants of the success or failure of D&I processes in organizations and includes a step-by-step strategic approach to upgrade, relaunch or initiate a D&I process that links to—and reinforces—the organization’s strategic business objectives, mission and marketplace to ensure long-term culture change.